- A 45-year-old man was found dead in his stateroom aboard the Royal Caribbean Grandeur of the Seas on Saturday.
- The ship was docked in Bermuda at the time, and local authorities do not suspect foul play.
- Authorities have not released any information relating to the circumstances surrounding the man’s death, and have not indicated if he was traveling alone or with others.
Every year dozens of cruise ship passengers lose their lives while cruising. Some victims die under suspicious circumstances, including when passengers mysteriously disappear, fall overboard without explanation, and turn up dead in their staterooms without leaving any signs of physical distress. Authorities in Bermuda are currently investigating a cruise ship death in Bermuda, in which a middle aged man seems to have suddenly died.
Two days ago, on August 20 at about 1:40pm, a man was reported dead on the Royal Caribbean Grandeur of the Seas cruise ship. The ship was docked at Heritage Wharf Dockyard in Bermuda at the time. The passenger, a 45-year-old man from the United States, was found dead in his stateroom. According to published reports police do not believe foul play was a factor. There have been no reports as to what may have killed the man, such as an accident or a preexisting medical condition.
The report comes as the latest of a string of negative news relating to Royal Caribbean cruise ships recently. Several weeks ago a young boy nearly drowned on the Royal Caribbean Anthem of the Seas cruise ship, and he later died from his injuries. Weeks later an elderly woman was also pulled from a pool on the Anthem of the Seas ship, and was later flown by helicopter to a local hospital for further treatment.